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EeVe India is an Indian electric bike manufacturer that has seemed to become a rival of Ola scooters. EeVe has introduced its new electric scooter model, the EeVe Soul, in India. This post contains important information about this electric scooter EeVe Soul. 

EeVe India has launched a new electric scooter for sale in India. EeVe has introduced its electric scooter as the flagship two-wheeler with state-of-the-art technology.


EeVe Soul Electric comes with a slew of technological features, including IoT, anti-theft locking technology, GPS navigation, a USB port (for charging cell phones and other devices), keyless motion, reverse mode, a central braking system, geo-fencing, and geotagging.


The design is illuminated as if the X shape is split in two. It is positioned to give a more attractive look to the electric scooter. A headlamp is used between these lights. Together they are positioned to give the Soul e-scooter a unique look. 

Fuel and range:-

It also includes two Lithium Ferrous Phosphate batteries. Both are located beneath the seat. The combined range of the two batteries is up to 120 km. This maximum range is only available when running in Eco mode.

These batteries can be charged separately. The scooter is powered by a swappable LFP (Lithium Ferrous Phosphate) battery. EV has announced that it will be offering a three-year regular warranty on electric scooters. Not only this, with the help of electric lighting this electric scooter has been provided in a way that no other electric scooter has ever received.


It is remarkable that when traveling in Eco mode, the maximum speed is only 40 km per hour. The scooter’s top speed is said to be 60 km/h. The Soul electric scooter has three operating modes. Each of the three has a different top speed. It takes about 3 to 4 hours to fully charge the Soul electric scooter


Its price is also slightly higher as a result of the maximum technical facilities. The Soul electric scooter has a maximum price of Rs 1.40 lakh which is the ex-showroom price.

EeVe has now launched an electric scooter with such unique features at the most expensive price in India. This scooter’s distinctive appearance is expected to attract the interest of Indian electric car enthusiasts. 

EV hype in india:-

In recent years, electric vehicles have grown in popularity in India. The main reason for this is not only the government subsidy but also the rising fuel prices in India.

As a result, sales of electric vehicles are now boosting than in the past. In particular, Hero Electric’s electric vehicles are experiencing tremendous growth. At the same time, last month’s two-wheeler sales data showed that sales of petrol-powered two-wheelers have dropped significantly. On the other hand, we might fall into a semiconductor shortage in addition to the electric shortage we need more green energy than ever before. We as a people should take care of small things which can bring more green to the environment.

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